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Hamish Whiteley: Growing Up With Grandma book launch (ext event)

Description: Hamish writes:

"Another event to launch my book 'Growing Up With Grandma.' If you missed the first one at the Secular Hall in October, here’s another chance! If you came to that, you'll no doubt want to come again!

"I will be doing some readings and giving an illustrated talk about the book, how it came to be written, how some of the stories came to be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 etc.

"The event is part of the South Knighton Community Events programme. The usual format is that there is a charge of £5 on the door, and people are invited to bring food and drink which forms part of a buffet supper which is eaten after the talk. It is all very civilised and enjoyable.

"It would be lovely if you could be there. The book will be on sale. It is currently available on Amazon and also from some bookshops."

South Knighton Community: http://www.southknighton.com/

Location: Holbrook Memorial Hall, Holbrook Road, Leicester LE2 3LN
Date: Saturday, 1 February 2020
Time: 19:30 GMT
Access: Public
Category: External event featuring LSS member(s)*
Created by: Public Access ( by LSS editor )
Updated: Thursday, 16 January 2020 08:27 GMT

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